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Review: Urban Arrow Family

By Neil Schirmer The Fam As parents of two developmentally disabled children, my wife Deana and I struggle to wrangle everyone together for family activities. We’ve always tried to find ways to get our kids riding, and despite his visual impairment, that has been relatively easy with our son, Ryan. First, we used a Burley …

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Pedaling Toward Simplicity

By Lettie Stratton Cycling can be a meditative and spiritual experience. Nothing leads me to a space of quiet contemplation and reflection more reliably than focusing on the whir of wheels on pavement and the steady rhythm of pedals repeatedly rotating around a crank. The intermittent squeaks of an unsatisfactorily greased chain and the occasional …

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It’s not you, it’s me

Words: Aixe Djelal A cushy, couch-like saddle ought to be the most comfortable option for a commuter bicycle, right? My Trek Soho came with a well-padded Bontrager saddle, but it always seemed a little wide. In the past year or two the padding started squishing down like a worn out mattress. I’d been curious about …

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Ride Like a Kid

Words: Andrew Titus Illustrations: Stephen Haynes Recently I got back to work after lunch unbelievably dirty. My face was splattered with mud, my arms and legs were completely covered and straight up my butt, like a big fuzzy squirrel’s tail, was red muck and gravel, the kind that the cleaning lady in the office hates …

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